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in 6 americans will get sick from food poisoning this year. check your steps at foodsafety.gov. john: now, the next president of the united states, governor gary johnson. [cheers and applause] [laughter] what? he didn't win? [applause] governor johnson, you didn't win? how many votes did you get? [applause] >> you know, john, i got over a votes, but i didn't win number one, and i thought and the fact this was is two-person race, every vote would count, make the pitch that the vote counts for the person you most believe in, but it didn't pan out. we got over a million votes, and put a voice to issues that really needed a voice, and, you know, if i were to point at one factor, it was romney losing the race, and it was losing the race because he was not conservative enough on dollars and cents, and i think the republicans' social agenda turns off most americans. john: well, you did get 1% of the vote, which is pretty good, and a higher vote total than any libertarian has before, but it does seem to be a two-party country. people think republican or democrat. it's going to take some work
will die from food poisoning this year. check your steps at foodsafety.gov. lou: two weeks ago governor romney was the republican party's standard bearer. then this happened. >> the president's campaign focused on certain members of his base coalition. extraordinary financial gifts from the government and then worked very aggressively to turn them out to vote. the giving away free stuff is hard thing to compete with. lou: that high-profile republican cannot distance and so fast enough. >> if we want people to like this we have to like them first, and you don't start to like people by insulting them by saying votes were bought. we have to say we're serious about reaching a been doubling every one, another group you're there. >> i think it's nuts. first of all, it is insulting. this would be like walmart having a bad week ago in the customer severally been unruly. >> when you're in a whole, stop digging. he keeps digging. lou: the idea that they want him to stop focusing on folks giving things away. they sounded like the left themselves, many of them. not all of them, just many of them. w
,000 americans will die from food poisoning this year. check your steps at foodsafety.gov. john: for most of human history, people died by age 30. thirty years was the average life span for thousands and thousands of years. l only with the industrial revolution did that begin toy change, and then it changednd quickly. by 1850 the average life span was almost 40. fifty years later, 47. by 1950, it was up to 68. and now the average in america's about 78. 76 for men, 81 for women. numbers are going up. and up, says this woman, sonia harrison, author of a book call, a hundred plus, how coming age of longevity will change everything. so, everything? >> everything. john: how much? >> well, in my book i take prems they is--premise short-term 150. john: you say somebody alive today could live 150 years? >> absolutely. john: people hear that say that is creepy, they say we will be old, and misirible, you say opposite? >> we will be health we're for longer periods of time, and enjoying our lives 92 they keep inves body part replacements >> one of the low hanging fruits, scientists have been able to
this year. check your steps at foodsafety.gov. with scottrader streaming otes, any way you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thoht to trade, on eve screen. and all in real time which makes it just like having your own trading floor, right at your fingertips. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. try our easy-to-use scottrader streaming quotes. it's another reason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. neil: in los angeles, they are seriously, to encourage meat meatless mondays, for city to get healthier, as i told you, i'v been sing no-tofu tuesday, enough about me. joining me, got scott slater, what are you wearing. >> more meat mondays. neil: what do you think of this? >> you know, i commend their effort to pass a something that soundsly they want ho help city of l.a., but, does not make sense for me for city council to spend time on a resolution like this. they have better things to worry about in los angeles. neil: you are running a billion in the red, i might focus on that before negotiang whether i have a burger
this year. check your steps at foodsafety.gov. neil: all right, continuing with rudy giuliani spending some extra time with us tonight before he hits the campaign trail. you will be with mitt romney -- >> tomorrow. we may find out after we were wrong but it seems ohio is what florida was in 2000 what ohio was in 2004. ohio decided the election in 2004. neil: yeah, yeah. all the polls i see, mayor, show always one, two, three, some have five for the president. >> that is within the margin of able to do something about it within the last. neil: are they always like that? >> the reality is i remember 'ada weekend before the election was virtually a tie. carter, reagan winning by eight, nine points, on election day 2004 i was in this very studio. it was winning by six points. that was as late as 7:00 at night. neil: is it your sense what @efines this ultimately is the economy? the obama administration has been saying the trend is our friend, things are better, not great but better. americans are feeling better, consumer confidence is better. and give me another four years to make it even better
at foodsafety.gov. liz: let's get to your fox business market check. as you see green on the screen, it is kind of stunning to note that the dow jones industrials at one point was up 177 points and the nasdaq right now a real recovery here, nasdaq has really suffered over the past two days, more so than the other indexes. nasdaq up 39 points. the russell 2000 flipped over to positive, up about 7 1/3 points. and the s&p 500, that level 1425 gives you a little bit of breath to breathe there because people started to get awfully concerned when they were getting more around 1410, 1415. the plot thickens over why the new york stock exchange really decided to halt trading monday and tuesday, and it may have less to do with superstorm sandy than you might think. nobody's been doing a better job on this story than our charlie gasparino. he's joining us now with the latest exclusive details. >> why do we do a story like this? we're not trying to be monday morning quarterbacking here, but there is a public service here. the markets i believe need to be opened at some point. need to be opened without peop
at foodsafety.gov. liz: all right. i walked up to the window to look at this, yes, it is the start of the nor'easter. it has begun about an hour ago. the snow started. so you know we just wanted to give you a sense of what's going on out there. it is coming down here in manhattan as the nor'easter makes its way to the city. this is the east -- this as the east coast still reels from hurricane sandy. many still without power. thousands without homes. this nor'easter could bring 3 to 5 foot storm surges and wind gusts of more than 50 miles. a huge problem to already flooded areas. let's get back to the markets here. big board composite volume, nyse composite volume right now 27% above the average. it is on track to be the heaviest session since september 21st. gives a little bit of conviction this sell off, doesn't it nicole? nicole: a lot of selling on wall street today. some long faces on wall street as well if their particular candidate didn't win the election. let's take a look at names that are weighing down the market, bank of america, pfizer, citigroup and ford. those are some big laggar
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poisoning this year. check your steps at foodsafety.gov. >> greta: 11:00 is almost here, flash studio lights, it's time for last call. vice president biden making an appearance with david letterman delivering top 10 list of reasons to vote early. >> vote early you don't have to pay taxes. i'm sorry. i'm being told that is not accurate. are you single and looking to mingle? you can find that special someone. don't you want this election over with already? >> thank you for being with us tonight. be sure to tune in sunday night for a special live on the record 10:00 p.m. they'll be here and more. sunday night, a live show, be here. right now go to gretawire.com. you can blog and let us know at
this year. check your steps at foodsafety.gov. >> greta: is the final push for the swing states. now, let's go back to former new york city mayor rudy giuliani in ohio who has been braving the cold for us patiently. thank you for the little , bearing withlem anda bearing us talk about benghazi. a man who the cia identified as a tunisian at the scene on the day of the attack. he was picked up in turkey and turned over to tunisia and they had him and we didn't interview him because the united states it reports couldn't get access to the man. that went on for quite is some time and two u.s. senators two nights ago decide they will make a phone call and also send a letter and now the fbi is on the ground in tunisia with access to them. would you ever in a million years have not pushed forward to get access to him the minute you heard of him? >> greta, i don't understand anything about benghazi. i think this is a -- this is so perplexing and it is a real scandal. the reality is the fbi took two weeks, what, two, three weeks to get in after the murders took place? i mean that is totally crazy.
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